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" ... is an es-sential factor, there is strong indirect evidence. If the film is wedge-shaped and sodium light is employed, the dark fringes seen at normal incidence move towards the thick edge of the wedge as the angle of incidence is increased, exactly... "
Proceedings of the Physical Society - Page 100
by Institute of Physics and the Physical Society - 1905
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A Treatise on Physical Optics

Alfred Barnard Basset - Fysics - 1892 - 411 pages
...made by Brewster i , who discovered that when the reflector is an isotropic transparent substance, and the incident light is polarized perpendicularly to the plane of incidence, the intensity of the reflected light is zero, or very nearly so, when the angle of incidence is equal to...
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Physical Optics

Robert Williams Wood - Physical optics - 1905 - 546 pages
...as the angle of incidence is increased, exactly as they do with thin films of the ordinary type. If the incident light is polarized perpendicularly to...surface of the collodion. If we consider some value of A., for which the path-difference between the rays reflected from the collodion and metal surfaces...
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Physical Optics

Robert Williams Wood - Physical optics - 1905 - 546 pages
...increased, exactly as they do wit thin films of the ordinary type. If the incident light is polar! perpendicularly to the plane of incidence, the fringes...surface of the collodion. If we consider some value of A, for which the path-difference between the rays reflected from the collodion and metal surfaces amounts...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

Physics - 1904
...as the angle of incidence is increased, exactly as they do with thin films of the ordinary type. If the incident light is polarized perpendicularly to...surface of the collodion. If we consider some value of \, for which the path-difference between the rays reflected from the collodion and metal surfaces amounts...
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Philosophical Magazine

Physics - 1904
...as the angle of incidence is increased, exactly as they do with thin films of the ordinary type. If the incident light is polarized perpendicularly to...surface of the collodion. If we consider some value of \, for which the path-difference between the rays reflected from the collodion and metal surfaces amounts...
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Philosophical Magazine

Physics - 1878
...solution of potassium permanganate, which was thrown into the field by means of the reflecting prism. When the incident light is polarized perpendicularly to the plane of incidence, the dark bands are far more distinctly seen. At angles of less than 40 there are four bands, and the...
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